Recovery Governance

Governance arrangements provide direction and oversight in chaos. Here is what we have to share.  

Canterbury Earthquake Recovery: Proposed Governance Arrangements (Paper 1)

This paper recommends the creation of a new, single authority to provide le...

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Canterbury Earthquake Recovery: Proposed Powers (Paper 2)

This paper recommends that certain powers are vested in the Minister for Ca...

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Christchurch Central Recovery Plan Appendix 1: (Updated July 2013)

This Appendix details the changes to Christchurch City Council’s District...

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Christchurch Central Recovery Plan Summary

This document summarises the key components of the Christchurch Central Rec...

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Community Forum - Report to the Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery, June 2015

In this report, the members of the Community Forum reflect on their work up...

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Community Forum - Supplementary to the report to the Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery of June 2015 (March 2016)

This supplementary report to the Community Forum – Report to the Minister...

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Final report of the Advisory Board on Transition to Long Term Recovery Arrangements

In this final report on transition, the Advisory Board sets out advice to t...

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Greater Christchurch Earthquake Recovery: Transition to Regeneration

This Transition Recovery Plan sets out the transition of the Government’s...

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Report of the Advisory Board on transition to long term recovery arrangements

This report outlines the Advisory Board's advice to the Minister for Canter...

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Canterbury Earthquake Recovery: Proposed Governance Arrangements (Paper 1)

This paper recommends the creation of a new, single authority to provide leadership and coordination of the ongoing recovery effort of Christchurch and the greater region following the earthquakes of...

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Canterbury Earthquake Recovery: Proposed Powers (Paper 2)

This paper recommends that certain powers are vested in the Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery and the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) in order to enable an effective, timely...

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Christchurch Central Recovery Plan Appendix 1: (Updated July 2013)

This Appendix details the changes to Christchurch City Council’s District Plan as required by the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan.  

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Christchurch Central Recovery Plan Summary

This document summarises the key components of the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan (CCRP), released in July 2012. The CCRP provided a framework for the rebuild of Christchurch’s central city, inc...

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Community Forum - Report to the Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery, June 2015

In this report, the members of the Community Forum reflect on their work up to 31 May 2015. It serves as record of the Forum’s achievements for the Minister and Associate Minister for Canterbury Ear...

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Community Forum - Supplementary to the report to the Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery of June 2015 (March 2016)

This supplementary report to the Community Forum – Report to the Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery, June 2015 serves as a complete record of the Forum’s achievements from its inception i...

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Final report of the Advisory Board on Transition to Long Term Recovery Arrangements

In this final report on transition, the Advisory Board sets out advice to the Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery to assist a successful regeneration over the next five years of recovery....

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Greater Christchurch Earthquake Recovery: Transition to Regeneration

This Transition Recovery Plan sets out the transition of the Government’s role in greater Christchurch. Its purpose is to provide a clear picture of the changes being made for the exit of the Canter...

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Report of the Advisory Board on transition to long term recovery arrangements

This report outlines the Advisory Board's advice to the Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery. It focuses on the next phase of recovery - the five-year period beginning January 2016.

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